A bacon, egg & cheese McGriddles
|Nutritional value per 1 sandwich (175 g)|
|Energy||450 kcal (1,900 kJ)|
48 g (16%)
|Dietary fiber||2 g (10%)|
21 g (32%)
|Saturated||9 g (45%)|
|Vitamin A||410 IU|
|Cholesterol||230 mg (76%)|
|Energy from fat||190 kcal (790 kJ)|
May vary outside US market.
|Percentages are roughly approximated using US recommendations for adults.
McGriddles are a type of breakfast sandwich sold by the international fast-food restaurant chain McDonald's. Introduced in 2003, it is available in the following markets: United States, Turkey, Canada, Poland, Japan, Guatemala, Mexico, the Philippines, and New Zealand (for a limited time).
The "standard" McGriddles sandwich consists of fried bacon, egg and American cheese served on a small French toast made with maple flavoring. Both the top and bottom griddle cakes are embossed with the McDonald's logo.
- Sausage, egg and cheese
- Bacon, egg, and cheese
- Scrapple, egg and cheese (served in the Philadelphia region)
- Spam, egg and cheese (served in Hawaii)
- Chicken (limited-time offer sold exclusively in Ohio)
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